The idol of all the Egyptian people is an example for the youth. His story, his career and everything he does for his country will be integrated into the curriculum of primary and secondary schools.
From the English newspaper The Times, the story of Mohamed Salah (29) on and off the pitch will be included in the books of primary and secondary schools in Egypt. The program will be adapted according to the ages.
Younger children will learn about Salah’s immense contribution on the pitch, both for his various clubs and when he plays for his national team.
Aid for health and education
As for high school students, they will discover the charitable actions to be put to the credit of the Reds striker and at the same time how he has served all of society.
For example, he helped his village of Nagrig, located in northern Egypt, a very poor agricultural area. It gave her access to medical care by ambulances, education through a school for girls, and health through the creation of a wastewater treatment plant.
To this must be added the creation of a group to help orphans and the destitute in the region of Gharbia, where Nagrig is located.
A maker of happiness
When you have such a star in your country, you have to pamper her and put her forward. The Egyptians made the choice to make their icon as smooth as possible. As proof: the text intended for older students says: “Salah’s desire to help others is due to the fact that he wants to give young people a chance to succeed.” Not very original.
But Mohamed Salah remains a role model for millions of Egyptians. to such an extent that they give him the nickname “maker of happiness”. To illustrate the manual, its editors chose to post a photo of the star with her seven-year-old daughter, Makka. A reference to the most sacred city in Islam.